Robot de Niro – The Sequel

AnElephantCant say he’s a movie buff
In fact he would as soon read a book as
Watch a Spielberg epic
Or something by Kubrick
He’s not fussed by Tarantino or Lucas

But today he sees a film that excites him
It transports him to silver screen heaven
No FX and no plot
Just a single robot
Directed by his best friend aged just 7

Francis Ford Coppola makes pretty good movies
You may think that AnElephant is crazy
This knocks the socks off
All Alfred Hitchcock’s stuff
It is better than anything by Martin Scorsese

The hero has more charm than Paul Newman
From Clint Eastwood he can steal any scene
He says cheerio
To Bobby de Nirio
This dude can out-cool Steve McQueen

So just take a minute to watch it
You’ll forget that stale old Park Jurassic
It eliminates strife
Like It’s a Wonderful Life
AnElephant rates this movie a classic

About AnElephantCant

An artist/writer/poet combination whose blogs reflect an approach to life that celebrates nature and takes a tongue-in-cheek view of most issues. So you get rhymes and doodles, photographs and comment. Irreverent and irrelevant. Occasionally funny, sometimes serious, mostly pointless. https://anelephantcant.me/
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10 Responses to Robot de Niro – The Sequel

  1. emmylgant says:

    Lovely. If Cannes doesn’t pan out, may I suggest a promo on Indiegogo?

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  2. pennycoho says:

    As a representative of the community of international audiences I would have to rate this film as 4 stars – excellent! From the directing, to the script, to the rich and talented voice of the actor and the exciting movements of the robot all build to a most satisfactory and fulfilling ending. Yes definitely 4 stars, thumbs up! Excellent! 🙂

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  3. Alastair says:

    That was brilliant 🙂 I really felt for that little robot.

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    • AnElephantCant thank Alastair enough
      For his views on this unprovoked attack
      On the innocent glasses
      Whose destiny alas is
      In the hands of post-neo-ironic Director Jack

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      • Alastair says:

        Ah but were they so innocent
        Or was subterfuge their intent?

        Were they really attacked by the toy?
        Or was pretending just their ploy?

        Alas I don’t think we will ever know
        Lest over the side they both will go

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  4. mixedupmeme says:

    I was frightened very frightened……….for the pair of glasses.
    Loved the film and the accent too. I could watch it everyday, everyday.

    (but Paul Newman? I will have to watch again and again before deciding.)

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